Rock Star


Action / Comedy / Drama / Music

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 38868


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Jennifer Aniston as Emily Poule
Mark Wahlberg as Chris 'Izzy' Cole
Timothy Olyphant as Rob Malcolm, Blood Pollution Guitarist
Dominic West as Kirk Cuddy, Steel Dragon Guitarist
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by HotToastyRag 1 / 10

Pretty bad, only for Marky Mark fans

Okay, let's be honest: The only reason anyone would sit through this movie is because she has a huge crush on Mark Wahlberg. That being said, I've sat through it.

Rock Star is everything you'd expect in a movie about a, well, rock star. Wild performances, drugs, booze, blackout parties, sex, more sex, and Mark Wahlberg. I'm sure there are people who actively seek out those types of movies, but I just haven't met any. Unless you really, really adore him, you'd be better off skipping this one. Jennifer Aniston even regretted making it, and when a star badmouths her own movie, you know it's a bad sign.

If you're like me, there's no use trying to talk sense into you. I've sat through so many terrible movies, all for love of eye candy. I understand your plight. But I've given you fair warning that this one's pretty bad.

Kiddy Warning: Obviously, you have control over your own children. However, due to graphic sex scenes, I wouldn't let my kids watch it.

Reviewed by gavin6942 5 / 10

The Story of Journey?

Lead singer of a tribute band (Marky Mark) becomes lead singer of the real band he idolizes.

So, I see comments saying this is another movie Jennifer Aniston ruined. Well, that is half true. She definitely makes it worse and every scene she is in amounts to a steaming pile of doo. Even her voice is grating and it is hard to take her seriously.

But the movie would have stunk either way. It has a good idea, sort of, especially since this really happened (to Journey). But it is not funny enough to be a comedy or serious enough to be a drama. It just sort of... is. It would have been significantly better if it had a little more humor in it and could have been passed off as a mockumentary. I mean, yeah, we already have "Spinal Tap", but it wouldn't have to be that silly.

Reviewed by Python Hyena 3 / 10

Schlock of Ages.

Rock Star (2001): Dir: Stephen Herek / Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Aniston, Dominic West, Jason Bonham, Timothy Olyphant: Rock mock documentary about how far we will go to become more than we are. It stars Mark Wahlberg who dreams of being just like the lead singer of Steel Dragon. After his band disowns him Mark Wahlberg is excited when Steel Dragon contacts him. The rest is a life of massive concerts, drunken orgies, and corruption by management. Directed by Stephen Herek who also made Mr. Holland's Opus, also about a music career but the difference is in position. Mr. Holland teaches music while Wahlberg performs it. Between the two Mr. Holland seems to have a better screenwriter telling his story. Wahlberg holds his own portraying a character who cannot identify with himself and seeks someone else's life. We know where this is headed but since Wahlberg had a real life music career, he seems fitting for the material. Jennifer Aniston as his girlfriend is flat. She is basically there to bitch about him not being around and then pout and leave. Dominic West and Jason Bonham play fellow musicians with no personalities given. Other roles are drab stereotypes that accompany a screenplay so heavily burdened with clichés that it is difficult to focus on a message. Lots of loud music and energy burnt on absolutely nothing. On the positive side, Almost Famous is more compelling. Score: 3 ½ / 10

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